DetailsA perfect Ale for those who enjoy a lighter bodied beer. A refreshing and easy to brew, light Cream Ale. A real crowd pleaser for all tastes. Some of our local customers brew this Plain American Styled beer every second or third time they brew.
Ingredients: 7 lbs. Domestic 2-Row Barley, 2 lbs. Flaked Corn, 8 oz. Carapils®, 2 oz. of hops, priming sugar, and yeast.
- Details & Instructions
4.9 / 5.033 Reviewsthe bestThis is a great light ale with an amazing smooth flavor. I went ahead and racked half of my batch onto 4 cans of crushed pineapple, it was awesome. You have to try this brew if your a fan of light ales.March 3, 2013Great Cream AleFinally broke into the keg after brewing this kit! What a delightful beer. Foamy head was great, color was what you expect from a full grain brew, hop hit you in the front with the wheat taste on the end. Really an enjoyable beer that I will for surely brew again.May 23, 2013cream aleI have tried both cream ale kits...all grain is MUCH better. With all grain I can control the temps...which in turn control the body of the beer. I mashed at 155* for a full body. Beer was great!May 31, 2013Great BeerThis is a great everyday drinker. I make this almost every other time I brew. It's light and refreshing.June 3, 2013Nice and smoothI just kegged up and tasted the cream ale _x000D__x000D_Hit the numbers on the mark a nice beer for those that want a nice mellow drinking beer _x000D__x000D_My friends and fam will love it i will not last long_x000D__x000D_August 21, 2013NiceGreat after lawn mowing, goes down easy maybe to easy?October 7, 2013Love this kitThe Liberty kit is one I have done a few times with the extract kit and it was the first kit I ever brewed. Since Im new to "All Grain" the Liberty kit was my first adventure in all grain. This kit is very easy to brew and is much more forgiving then other all grain kits. If your just starting out in all grain I recommend this kit. Im getting ready to keg this beer so Im excited to see how it turned out. The SG was a little high 1.052 and the FG 1.014, dead on so it should be a good one.March 22, 2013Great, Clean, Easy Drinking BeerBrewed the extract version of this beer first, then switched to all-grain and brewed it again. This beer is a good one, clean, slightly malty, crisp and easy to drink. I added 1/3 lb of roasted Hatch Chili's to secondary fermentation for an extra week. The result was absolutely phenomenal. Sweetness from the malt, great aroma from the hops and a slightly warm/spicy aftertaste from the Chili's. Got great feedback from friends on this one. I will definitely brew this one again. It seems like a great base beer to try funky different things in secondary.September 22, 2013Ich liebe dieses rezept!Prefer American light pils but don't have the equipment or patients to brew one? If so, this kit is for you! A crisp, refreshing, and flavorful ale with a well balanced clean taste. The Muntons Ale yeast works great, 48 hour fermentation and no off flavors sometimes associated with certain strains.January 16, 2014Very light, crisp and full of flavorDid the all grain version about 4 months ago and only have 4 bottles left. Brewed this one up for our annual 4th of July block party. After the 2 week primary and 2 week secondary ferment, bottles and let it condition for 3 months until the 4th. Came out great, very light, crisp, with a good hoppy flavor. Brought 2 cases to the block party and now only have 4 bottle left for myself. I will be doing this one again, only change is I might add a little more hops to the boil to give it just a bit more flavor. Great tasting, good ABV (about 6%) goes down smooth and will sneak up on you quickly when it is hot outside. Definitely recommend for first all grain kit to someone wanting to start all grain brewing.July 28, 2015
- Customer Q&A
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 3 answersThe directions say to use 1 cup of water with 5 oz of priming sugar. The priming sugar that came with the kit says 1 pint of water. Which do I follow?BEST ANSWER: I’ve always boiled 1 cup of water for the 5oz. of priming sugar. Add sugar to the boiling water, let cool a bit then straight into the bottling bucket. Cheers!!